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  • Upcoming Art Courses

    Visit our Learning Zone and search to book on any of the courses below using the course title or suggested keywords.

    Click here to view our upcoming Primary Art courses.
    Click here to view our upcoming Secondary Art courses.
  • Our latest Art training offers

    The training delivery model for individual courses is identified in the course titles on the Learning Zone as follows:

    Webinar – virtual training via Microsoft Teams
    Blended – courses that are a mixture of virtual and face to face training
    No categorisation – venue based training

    NEW Summer term training catalogue

    Take a look at our new Art summer term training catalogue below which has full details of all the Primary and Secondary courses that we are offering this term. We hope you will find this a useful resource to assist with planning you training.

    For any queries regarding our summer or autumn term training offer, please contact htlcdev@hants.gov.uk

    For any course booking queries, please contact htlc.courses@hants.gov.uk.

  • Take a look at the Primary Art learning opportunities available to book:

    To search for a specific course, type the course title or keywords in the 'Find Learning' box.


    Autumn Term 2022


    Autumn 22-23 Termly Art Support Group Workshop 13 September or 15 September or 20 September or 22 September or 29 September or 12 October or 13 October 2022. Depending on Location

    Keyword Search: Art Termly 23

    These termly workshops offer a valuable opportunity for teachers to participate in practical activities and meet other teachers to share ideas and thoughts about art in the classroom.

    Price: Sub £150 / SLA £135 / Full £180


    Great Artists, Craftsmakers and Designers 22-23 – 28 September, 28 November 2022, 18 January and 21 March 2023

    Keyword Search: Great Artists 22-23

    Participants will gain knowledge of how to meet the National Curriculum requirement that children at primary school learn about great artists, architects, craft makers and designers.  

    Price: Sub £670 / SLA £585 / Full £804


    Help I am an Art Manager 22-23 – 4 October 22, 16 January, 2 March 2023

    Keyword Search: Art help

    To assist those teachers becoming a primary art manager to consider all the things necessary to effectively lead art in a primary school.

    Price: Sub £475 / SLA £405 / Full £570


    Be Ofsted Ready for a ‘Deep Dive’ into Art 2022 (Webinar) – 12 October, 6 December 2022 and 12 January 2023

    Keyword Search: Art Ofsted 2022

    These three sessions will enable art subject leaders to be aware and equipped with the information to plan for a ‘Deep Dive’ into Art. 

    Price: Sub £620 / SLA £565 / Full £744


    Autumn 22-23 Art Support Afternoon Workshop18 October 2022

    Keyword Search: Autumn Art Support

    This termly workshop will offer a valuable afternoon opportunity for teachers to participate in practical activities and meet other teachers to share ideas and thoughts about art in the classroom.

    Price: Sub £230 / SLA £200 / Full £276


    Basic Art Skills in the Primary Curriculum 22-23 – Part 118 October, 22 November 2022, 17 January, 1 March 2023

    (Plus Part 2 which is 25 April and 14 July 2023)

    Keyword Search: Basic Art

    Over these six sessions this course will offer you the opportunity to examine and improve practical basics of the skills of drawing, painting, collage, printing, textiles and sculpture.

    Price: Sub £875 / SLA £795 / Full £1050 *split over two financial years


    Being an Art Subject Leader in the Primary School 2022-23 (Webinar)19 October and 23 November 2022

    Keyword Search: Art Leader 23

    This course will enable you to understand the requirements for your role as art subject leader. You will appreciate the considerations needed to lead and manage the subject are, how to plan, prioritise, have a vision for art, communicate your expectations and disseminate good practice. 

    Price: Sub £295 / SLA £245 / Full £354


    Enhancing Skills and Techniques in the Primary Art Curriculum 2022-23 – Part 1 – 15 November 2022 and 10 January 2023 

    (Plus Part 2 which is 3 May and 6 July 2023)

    Keyword Search: Enhancing Skills

    Participants will learn a wide range of new skills and processes across all areas of the primary art curriculum, try out new projects in the classroom and share outcomes.

    Price: Sub £1085 / SLA £975 / Full £1302 Split across FY’s


    Spring Term 2023


    Spring 22-23 Termly Art Support Group Workshop 12, 17, 19 or 24 January or 2, 8 or 9 February Depending on Location

    Keyword Search: Art Spring 23

    These termly workshops offer a valuable opportunity for teachers to participate in practical activities and meet other teachers to share ideas and thoughts about art in the classroom.

    Price: Sub £150 / SLA £135 / Full £180


    Spring 22-23 Art Support Afternoon Workshop30 January 2023

    Keyword Search: Spring Art Support

    This termly workshop will offer a valuable afternoon opportunity for teachers to participate in practical activities and meet other teachers to share ideas and thoughts about art in the classroom.

    Price: Sub £230 / SLA £200 / Full £276


    Spring 22-23 Secondary Art Network22 February 2023

    Keyword Search: Secondary Art Spring

    The primary aims of the subject network meetings are to:

    • Support effective subject leadership aligned to each school’s individual context.

    • Develop skills and expertise within school subject teams and thereby increase capacity.

    • Deepen understanding of subject specific pedagogy and knowledge that underpins good progress and attainment for ALL pupils.

    • Ensure a clear understanding of the national picture and its application in local and school contexts, to include consideration of COVID 19 as appropriate.

    • Facilitate school to school networking and develop strength across the system.

    Common agenda items for these meetings:

    • Sharing good practice and work.

    • Development of subject specific knowledge and an understanding of strong progression and sequencing.

    • Enhancing subject leadership.

    • Structuring key stage 4 to ensure pupils are well prepared for the next phase of their education.

    • Providing high quality key stage 3 provision that builds successfully on key stage 2.

    • Ensuring all learning, including the most vulnerable (SEN and PP) are able to make excellent progress.

    Project work and other CPD opportunities and networks will continue and will involve in line with need.

    Price: Sub £70 / SLA £35 / Full £84


    Primary Art Conference 2023 13 March or 14 March 2023

    Keyword Search: Art Conference 23

    This conference offers the opportunity to share trends and good practice in art, craft and design education. The programme will include:

    Price: Sub £410 / SLA £185 / Full £492


    Summer Term 2023


    Basic Art Skills in the Primary Curriculum 22-23 – Part 2 – 25 April and 14 July 2023
    (Plus part 1 which is 18 October, 22 November 2022, 17 January, March 2023)

    Keyword Search: Basic Art

    Over these six sessions this course will offer you the opportunity to examine and improve practical basics of the skills of drawing, painting, collage, printing, textiles and sculpture.

    Price: Sub £875 / SLA £795 / Full £1050 *Split across FY’s


    Enhancing Skills and Techniques in the Primary Art Curriculum 2022-23 – Part 23 May and 6 July 2023 

    (Plus Part 1 which is 9 November 2022 and 10 January 2023)

    Keyword Search: Enhancing Skills

    Participants will learn a wide range of new skills and processes across all areas of the primary art curriculum, try out new projects in the classroom and share outcomes.

    Price: Sub £1085 / SLA £975 / Full £1302 * Split across FY’s

    • Take a look at the Secondary Art learning opportunities available to book:

      To search for a specific course, type the course title or keywords in the 'Find Learning' box.


      Autumn Term 2022

      Autumn 1 22-23 Secondary Art Network – 27 September 2022

      Keyword Search: Secondary Art Autumn 1

      The primary aims of the subject network meetings are to:

      • Support effective subject leadership aligned to each school’s individual context.

      • Develop skills and expertise within school subject teams and thereby increase capacity.

      • Deepen understanding of subject specific pedagogy and knowledge that underpins good progress and attainment for ALL pupils.

      • Ensure a clear understanding of the national picture and its application in local and school contexts, to include consideration of COVID 19 as appropriate.

      • Facilitate school to school networking and develop strength across the system.

      Common agenda items for these meetings:

      • Sharing good practice and work.

      • Development of subject specific knowledge and an understanding of strong progression and sequencing.

      • Enhancing subject leadership.

      • Structuring key stage 4 to ensure pupils are well prepared for the next phase of their education.

      • Providing high quality key stage 3 provision that builds successfully on key stage 2.

      • Ensuring all learning, including the most vulnerable (SEN and PP) are able to make excellent progress.

      Project work and other CPD opportunities and networks will continue and will involve in line with need.

      Price: Sub £70 / SLA £35 / Full £84


      Using sketchbooks at Key stages 1 and 2 – 2022 – 13 October 2023 and 9 February 2023

      Keyword Search: Using Sketchbooks

      Exploring how the use of a sketchbook can be a very effective way of encouraging children to value their own thinking and learn from it.

      Price: Sub £380 / SLA £305 / Full £456


      Planning, Progression and Assessment in the Primary Art Curriculum 22-23 (Webinar) – 2 November 2022 and 31 January 2023

      Keyword Search: Art Assessment 23

      This course will give teachers confidence in planning the primary art curriculum to ensure a sound progression of skills and clarity about assessing children's progress in art. 

      Price: Sub £255 / SLA £210 / Full £306


      Secondary Annual Conference for Art, Craft and Design 2022 – 14 November 2022

      Keyword Search: Art Secondary Conference

      This conference offers opportunities to participate and listen to the latest national trends and good practice in art and design education, including national speakers and practical activities.

      Keynote speaker, Lucy Ash is a British artist whose work is concerned with creating visibility and shifting perception of the LGBTQ+ community. She incorporates personal narrative with ideas of time, mathematics, and rhythm to represent an emotional response to love, death, loss, and injustice. Also joining the conference is artist Jacqui Mair. Jacqui has spent the last thirty-five years balancing her life between the world of Fine Art and Illustration whilst teaching all over the world. After studying at the Royal College of Art in London she realised her love of paper and collage through print.

      Price: Sub £380 / SLA £125 / Full £456


      Autumn 2 22-23 Secondary Art Network – 30 November 2022

      Keyword Search: Secondary Art Autumn 2

      The primary aims of the subject network meetings are to:

      • Support effective subject leadership aligned to each school’s individual context.

      • Develop skills and expertise within school subject teams and thereby increase capacity.

      • Deepen understanding of subject specific pedagogy and knowledge that underpins good progress and attainment for ALL pupils.

      • Ensure a clear understanding of the national picture and its application in local and school contexts, to include consideration of COVID 19 as appropriate.

      • Facilitate school to school networking and develop strength across the system.

      Common agenda items for these meetings:

      • Sharing good practice and work.

      • Development of subject specific knowledge and an understanding of strong progression and sequencing.

      • Enhancing subject leadership.

      • Structuring key stage 4 to ensure pupils are well prepared for the next phase of their education.

      • Providing high quality key stage 3 provision that builds successfully on key stage 2.

      • Ensuring all learning, including the most vulnerable (SEN and PP) are able to make excellent progress.

      Project work and other CPD opportunities and networks will continue and will involve in line with need.

      Price: Sub £70 / SLA £35 / Full £84


      Spring Term 2023


      Spring 22-23 Secondary Art Network – 22 February 2023

      Keyword Search: Secondary Art Spring

      The primary aims of the subject network meetings are to:

      • Support effective subject leadership aligned to each school’s individual context.

      • Develop skills and expertise within school subject teams and thereby increase capacity.

      • Deepen understanding of subject specific pedagogy and knowledge that underpins good progress and attainment for ALL pupils.

      • Ensure a clear understanding of the national picture and its application in local and school contexts, to include consideration of COVID 19 as appropriate.

      • Facilitate school to school networking and develop strength across the system.

      Common agenda items for these meetings:

      • Sharing good practice and work.

      • Development of subject specific knowledge and an understanding of strong progression and sequencing.

      • Enhancing subject leadership.

      • Structuring key stage 4 to ensure pupils are well prepared for the next phase of their education.

      • Providing high quality key stage 3 provision that builds successfully on key stage 2.

      • Ensuring all learning, including the most vulnerable (SEN and PP) are able to make excellent progress.

      Project work and other CPD opportunities and networks will continue and will involve in line with need.

      Price: Sub £70 / SLA £35 / Full £84